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Old Posted Jun 16, 2015, 7:05 PM
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Some details of the plan have been revised, per J.K. Dineen:

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The plan now calls for one 614,000-square-foot office building consisting of two towers at Fifth and Howard streets, a 400-unit, 470-foot tall condo tower at Fifth and Minna streets, and the rental apartment building on Mission Street between Fifth and Sixth streets.
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The developers hope to win final approvals in November and start construction about a year after that.
Other details:
  • Will build an 83-unit, low-income senior housing project on an 8,800-square-foot empty lot at 967 Mission St.
  • Will contribute $18 million toward a 103-unit affordable family complex planned for Taylor and Eddy streets.
  • 20 percent of a 288-unit apartment building on the development site would be set aside for families making 50 percent of area median income.
  • The new plan increases open space from 12,000 square feet to 26,000 square feet, made possible by the elimination of a 226,000-square-foot office building (N2).
  • The height of the office tower (H1) is lowered from 435' to 390'.
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